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Google Autofill tests biometric authentication for passwords and payments

With Android 8.0 Oreo, Google finally added highly requested Autofill API, allowing third-party password managers to easily and securely fill in passwords and payment info in apps without relying on the old accessibility workaround. In case you would rather not use the third-party solution to store your credentials, Google also has its own autofill service...

AT&T and Verizon Samsung Galaxy S7 now receiving official Android Oreo update

The Android Oreo rollout for the Samsung Galaxy S7 has been slow. The Exynos models started receiving the update in February, then unlocked models started getting it last month in the UK. Carrier models in the U.S. have been lagging far behind (unsurprisingly). AT&T and Verizon are finally rolling out the update to devices, according to...

Keepass2Android Beta Updated with AutoFill Framework Support in Android Oreo

There are many popular password managers on Android, but only a few stand out. LastPass is one of them, but it's closed-source -- you can't see the code for yourself. For folks bothered by that prospect, one of the best alternatives is Keepass2Android, a port of Keepass for desktop. It lets users store and access their...

Password Managers using Android Oreo’s Autofill API are Potentially Vulnerable to Data Leakage

Autofill is one of the biggest, and most publicized new features introduced with the release of Android 8.0 Oreo. Many different password managing apps, like LastPass, have already implemented this new API into their applications. And while it can prove to be quite the improvement over the previous Autofill implementations using Accessibility Services, there's a...

Android O’s Autofill Framework will Finally Resolve a Long-Standing Lag Issue with Password Managers

It's already been a month since Google released the first Android O Developer Preview (time sure flies by fast!), and as with any new version of Android - there's a lot to dig into. We've published plenty of articles about Android O already, but there's one feature that I feel hasn't really received the attention it...

AgileBits shows off what Android O’s Autofill Framework will look like

AgileBits, the developers behind 1Password, are showing off what Android O's new password autofill framework will look like once implemented. For those of you who aren't familiar, the Android O was recently announced earlier this week and one of the changes outlined in the Developer Preview is the new Autofill Framework. Since Android O is...